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Blended Learning for the Adult Education Classroom

For those professionals with the desire to implement, or further develop their implementation of blended learning, this guide will serve as a step-by-step road map for choosing and efficiently implementing a blended learning model design that meets their needs and budget.
Author(s): 
David J. Rosen
Carmine Stewart
Author(s) Organizational Affiliation: 
Essential Education
Published: 
2015
Resource Type: 
Product
Number of Pages: 
85
Product Type: 
Abstract: 

This guide to blended learning is intended for teachers and administrators of adult basic education (including ESL/ESOL/ELL, adult basic education, adult secondary education, and transition to higher education). It is designed to help teachers and administrators understand how blended learning can enhance learning in their classes, programs, or schools. For those professionals with the desire to implement, or further develop their implementation of blended learning, this guide will serve as a step-by-step road map for choosing and efficiently implementing a blended learning model design that meets their needs and budget. The guide has information and resources for readers who are new to blended learning, have experimented with blended learning and want to further develop or improve their practice, or are blended learning experts. The Appendix includes links to resources for adult basic education teachers, tutors and program administrators who want to try out or expand their use of blended learning. 

What the Experts Say: 

Blended Learning for the Adult Education Classroom is an excellent resource for teachers and administrators looking to incorporate blended learning into a new or established adult education program. This is an excellent resource because it is realistic and has proven to be a way to instruct and learn, Blended Learning allows the student and instructor to modify the curriculum, class time and modalities.

Many programs believe that they have to have advanced technology and lots of money to implement blended instruction. This guide, which is unique to the field, makes it easy for anyone to explore the benefits of blended learning. It also provides easily-digested information and guidance on how to immediately implement research-supported practices in blended-learning instruction.

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